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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    There is big money in promoting breakfast. All my life I was told that you have to eat breakfast. Not true. The traditional American breakfast is a disaster. Warrior Diet is the best thing that has happened to me as far as eating cleaner and maintaining lowered bf. Also it has changed my mindset and attitude about food. Decades ago cigarettes were promoted much the same way as the"breakfast of champions" traditional American breakfast...Dennis

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    I know I'm late to the party, but I've been on the prison diet for a month or two now.

    I've seen consistent strength gains on a weekly basis. I generally don't get hungry between meals. Eating 3 times a day 6am 12pm 6pm has made eating around work very easy.

    It must be said though, that I do concern myself with the content of the diet. Eggs and sardines for breakfast, chicken for lunch, red meat for dinner. It comes to around 150g+ protein a day, so my old bodybuilding nutrition does inform my planning. But in general, I haven't seen any downside to 3 meals a day as opposed to 6. I just make sure my digestive system is healthy and all that protein goes to good use.

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    I like the 3 meals a day concept. I do it on CC and am getting leaner and stronger. It works just fine, give it time and make sure you sleep, and eat good foods.

    I DO NOT AGREE with coaches logic that quantity is more important than quality. He is wrong there IMO.
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    Warrior Diet is a good way to go. It's pretty much the only thing that hasn't been touched-on mainstream (at least I think it is- they've advertised damn-near everything else). I bounce back & forth, largely because eating is something to do.

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    Also consider those diets that promote weight loss as THE priority. Any diet plan that guarantees weight loss, first and formost, will probably fail in the end. Warrior Diet does promote weight loss, but as a result of you regaining CONTROL and making a concerted effort to CHANGE and turn away from a lifetime of bad eating habits. The implanted in the mind is not " I want to lose weight", but should be " I must lose weight". Wanting does not contain sufficient horsepower to carry you through a lifetime. A decision to force a CHANGE and establish CONTROL over your life because you MUST change is where the big payoff is. Anything less is just swirling around the toilet bowl to its final destination...Dennis

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    Personaly I am at the point were I need to eat breakfast right now, more so because I have a class from 9-12.30 And if I dont have breakfast my stomach start being very loud at 11, lol. I follw the Prison Diet, I always have one protein source, one car source, and fruit for the "sweets". Works great for me. If I want to gain muscle, I eat a bit more. If my focus is fat loss, eat just a little less. Works great for me

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